Two Sudans on the Brink of War?

Posted by Nenad Marinkovic

Fresh International Attention on Southern Kordofan, but Attacks Unabated

Posted by Juliana Stebbins

Brewing Siege? Satellite Sentinel Project Reveals Evidence of SAF Encircling Key Nuba Area

The Satellite Sentinel Project is issuing a human security alert for the Nuba Mountains region of South Kordofan, Sudan, including the Kauda Valley, based on new evidence from satellite imagery and analysis presented in a report released today.

Human Rights Body Should Urgently Review Submission by Ngok Dinka People of Abyei

Posted by Jenn Christian

On the one-year anniversary of the commencement of the southern Sudan referendum, January 9, 2012, the Ngok Dinka people of the disputed Abyei area formally requested that the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, or CERD, immediately consider the actions of the Sudanese government against the Ngok Dinka people in Abyei.

Filling Sudan’s ‘Fiscal Gap:’ A Question of the International Community’s Generosity or of Limiting Khartoum’s Defense Budget?

Late last month, representatives from the Sudanese and South Sudanese governments met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia under the auspices of the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel, or AUHIP, for yet another round of negotiations on outstanding North-South issues. Central among these issues are “financial transitional arrangements,” a euphemism for how much money Juba, along with, perhaps, the international community, can pay Khartoum to offset Sudan’s “fiscal gap” resulting from South Sudan’s secession.

ICC Issues Request for Arrest Warrant for Sudan Defense Minister Hussein

Posted by Jenn Christian on Dec 02, 2011

Escalating Crisis in Sudan: Satellite Imagery Showing Increased SAF Air Capacity, and Refugee Camp Attacks

On Friday, November 11, Satellite Sentinel Project released a report, “Radius of Operations: Sudan Increases Air Attack Capacity” providing evidence of a build-up of Sudanese Armed Forces, or SAF, on the border of Sudan and South Sudan and portending the possible resumption of war between the two countries.

Breaking News: Sudan Bombs Yida Refugee Camp in South Sudan

Posted by Annette LaRocco and Nenad Marinkovic on Nov 10, 2011

‘All Because We Are Black’: Asma, Refugee from Sudan, Describes Blue Nile Conflict

SHERKOLE REFUGEE CAMP, Ethiopia -- “We left our homes with not even a cup like this one,” said Asma, gesturing toward a red plastic cup lying on the dirt ground next to her foot. Sitting on the trunk of a felled tree crowded on all sides by young children in this refugee camp on the border of Sudan, Asma recounted when fighting broke out in her village in Blue Nile state.  

Sudan Dispatch: Government Forces Target Civilians in Blue Nile, Refugees Say

This dispatch on Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia was originally posted on the Enough Project website.

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